2019 Season Auditions
Mainstage Show: Othello by William Shakespeare, directed by Frannie Shepherd-Bates.
Daylight Family Show: The Tempest by William Shakespeare, directed by Barton Bund.
AUDITION DATES: Sunday, February 24, 3pm to 9pm, and Monday, February 25, 4pm to 9pm. Callbacks week of March 4–exact days/times TBD.
AUDITION PLACE: Starr Presbyterian Church, located at 1717 13 Mile Rd, Royal Oak, MI 48073. Park off of Crooks and enter from the south door. (Do not use the 13 Mile Rd. parking lot).
PLEASE PREPARE: One Shakespeare monologue no longer than 4 minutes OR two contrasting Shakespeare monologues (no longer than 4 minutes combined).
All roles are open to diversity casting consideration, irrespective of race or gender. No roles are pre-cast. Limited Equity contracts available under special contract. All performers will receive a stipend.
Our mainstage show will be Othello by William Shakespeare, directed by Frannie Shepherd-Bates.
Our Daylight Family Show will be The Tempest by William Shakespeare, directed by Barton Bund.
Thank you for enjoying Shakespeare Royal Oak 2018! Whether you purchased tickets to Much Ado About Nothing or The Comedy of Terrible Errors, had a student in our youth education program, attended the Lebowski Bash fundraiser, or supported us in other ways, we are most grateful. Water Works Theatre is a local independent non-profit arts organization with a rare mission: we offer affordable professional outdoor theatre close to home.
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Thank you again for being a part of the magic in the park! We look forward to seeing you next year!
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